Awesome Dog 5000 vs. Mayor Bossypants (Book 2) (Hardcover)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 2 in the Awesome Dog 5000 series.
- #1: Awesome Dog 5000 (Book 1) (Hardcover): $13.99
Heads up, DOG MAN lovers! Watch out, readers of BAD GUYS! Robotic dog AWESOME DOG 5000 is back in another action-packed adventure with some upgrades. . .just in time to battle a new supervillain!
Time to level up the awesomeness! Ever since discovering Awesome Dog 5000, life for gamers Marty, Ralph, and Skyler has been one epic adventure! But Awesome Dog's spectacular hero work has made front page news -- and Mayor Bossypants is not happy about it. The mayor makes a plan to take down that robot dog. . . and anyone else who stands in his way. Which means Marty, Ralph, and Skyler are about to have a real-life Bossypants battle!
Attention, readers! This is a wild action-comedy told through a mix of text and black-and-white illustrations, with a mystery to solve at the end. Can you handle the awesomeness?
Want to replay the first adventure? Check out the first book: Awesome Dog 5000!
About the Author
Fun fact! Justin Dean is an award-winning writer of television commercials who has led national campaigns for brands such as South Park,Conan, and the Olympics. Now he writes bizarro and funny books for kids, too. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two kids. Unfortunately, they don't have any robot pets (yet). Visit him at justinwritesbooks.com. You can also find him on YouTube under Awesome Draw 5000 and on instagram @jddean5000
"A silly sugar rush of a story."—Kirkus
PRAISE FOR AWESOME DOG 5000 (Book 1):
"An awesome ride! Go, dog, go!"—Chris Grabenstein, #1 New York Times bestselling author
"This book will have kids barking for more adventures!" —Booki Vivat, New York Times bestselling author of Frazzled
"Made for fans of the zany humor of Andy Griffiths and Dav Pilkey."—SLJ
“Amplifying silliness to new heights.”—Kirkus
Readers will enjoy terrific descriptions, action-packed adventure and a superb sense of the brutality, harshness but beauty of the wintery existence that surrounds these characters. It's no wonder dogs are descended from misunderstood wolves, as the bravery and ultimate loyalty of these canines can not be refuted. As with Rooftoppers, Rundell lets readers truly inhabit her world and are fully invested in this satisfying tale. Highly reommended! - Maureen